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Hayward Gallery, London

Explore Hayward Gallery on your university or college trip to London.

Named after the former leader of the London County Council, Sir Isaac Hayward, the gallery has a long history of showcasing work by the world's most adventurous artists.

The gallery is also housed in an outstanding example of sixties brutalist architecture, which now stands as one of the few remaining buildings of this style.

Their year-round exhibition programme focuses on presenting a wide range of influential artists from across the world, with a mission to inspire a new generation and encourage teachers and lecturers of all ages to explore new artists. 

Entrance is free but there are maximum group sizes and payment required for some exhibitions.